Date(s) - 01/19/2013
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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This Saturday we will be featuring a SPECIAL Occupy Crime Scene Investigation (Wall Street Walking Tours) tour in the Lower Manhattan financial district of Wall Street. This particular tour explore will highlight the story of ‘too big to fail’ Banks and other financial institutions that played a key role in the economic meltdown of the American Economy in 2008 and their connection to the 3 YEAR Anniversary of ‘Citizens United’ ruling that essential made Corporation equal to people, thus opening the door for their influence and control over the political process and ultimately who controls The United States of America.
This tour also includes traces the birth and beginning phases of the Occupy Wall Street Movement and occupation of Zuccotti Park(Liberty Plaza). The tour also highlights the history of Lower Manhattan’s original population of Native People and culminates at the African Burial Ground which tells the story of Africans whose enslavement helped to build Wall Street and served as the cornerstone of capitalism and wealth of America and the most of the western world.
If you are interested in taking part in this tour, we have a 10$ donation suggested with proceeds going to the Occupy Movement to continue and build upon our work! You must RSVP to attend. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at: (347)776-4191. Our walking tours take place every Saturday .Beginning at Battery Park(Near the Red or Blue Double Decker Tour Buses) State and Bridge Street *Across the Street from Starbucks*